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and you've been likely feeling the pain at the pumpp but now the energy agency says after three months gas prices are starting to fall. to find out why and if the low prices are here to stay, patrick dehaan, my gas buddy from gasbuddy.com. thanks for joining us. >> feels like the chali ttle c cooler since theng town. i know a lot has to do with the winner blend. for those that don't know that is environmental thing it is cheaper to make gas in the winter because of the way it is blended basically. are there other factors at work helping us out? >> i think there is a big factor. about a week and a half ago the energy information report that highlights weekly changes in the amount of gasoline and oil produced finally showed a very good report. in fact a surprising report to many. crude oil inventories had increased eight and a half million barrels in just one week's time. we saw overall total inventories of gasoline and crude oil jump a significant amount. i think that is what is leading to the selloff in oil and gasoline. melissa: yeah. and in fact we saw oil fall about 7%. gasoline dropped
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. why today, how successful was it and the energy you felt out there in this effort. >> it was exciting. we just left a group of enthusiastic ladies who were out on the street corners until the last hours to make sure drivers knew that they could come and vote. you know we're a state that suffered 300,000 that were burned from the voting rolls -- purged from the voting rolls between 2008 and 2010. we're now being threatened with more burning from the secretary of state and the republican state government. we said everyone they purge we're going to register to vote. just a few weeks ago we had letters. citizens receiving a letter saying we think you're dead. i couldn't stand by and i'm delighted to have joined the congressional black caucus to be one of ten states under our jurisdiction, two cities in the state -- two cities in the state of texas. houston had a great great press conference going forward. and i just want to show you that business sign that we had up and we had over 50 people that were at t
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they are hungry is several hours later for after-school sports and they don't have the energy to be able to do that. >> reporter: the "we are hungry" video has gotten more than 100,000 views since it was posted last week, a strong message from students who find their new lunch program hard to swallow. now in response to the parody a representative for the usda told nbc news the amount of food on a kid's plate is not much different than in years past. it's simply healthier. the new standards were developed using the latest science at the institute of medicine which determined the appropriate amount of calories. you know, savannah, the white house pints out that most students 850 calories will be enough, and we're talking about fighting incidents of obesity. >> for student athletes if it's a concern they can bring a snack from home. mara schiavocampo, thanks very much. >> coming up next, brian williams with mitt romney talking about what romney would do to fix our schools, right after this. [ phil ] i have a toyota camry hybrid. [ man ] tell me about that. [ phil ] katie and i talked about reall
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, donating a million hearing aids for children in developing countries and bringing solar energy to rural thailand. >> what's the goal? >> to lead a purposeful, meaningful life. that's one of the things that unifies those of us here. >> chelsea is very much involved with her family now. she's on the clinton foundation. she's involved with gi. she's going to oxford and teaching at nyu. >> not doing very much. >> almost in a sense from one who is trying to find exactly but given the sense she's beginning to settle in as part of the family. >> do you think she's leaning towards politic? >> i don't know. >> going to be interesting to see. >> i have a bit of that. because she had experience in 2008 which was not a happy experience. >> she did mention how much her grandparents, her parents want something, those right? >> first thing she said is they want a grandchild. they want a grandchild. >> all right. >> dwight yoakam is here this morning. he just put out a country album. he'll ♪ ♪ take hold of my hand >>> doing everything right. >> grammy winner dwight yoakam has sold 25 million albums
to create are manufacturing jobs, promote u.s.-made energy and train workers and reduce the deficit. voters in ohio liked the message the president delivered on jobs there yesterday. polls show mr. obama widening his lead in the state. mitt romney also in the buckeye state telling audiences he cares about the people of america. romney acknowledging that some of the polls show him behind president obama. but he pointed to the first presidential debate less than a week from now as a potential turning point in the race. >>> in new york it was a rough ride for nearly 200 people aboard a brazilian jetliner from rio. they were bracing for a crash landing at kennedy airport because the landing gear was stuck sideways. you can see it there. the pilot circled twice before touching down. the nose gear seemed to miraculously straighten itself out just before the plane hit the tarmac. thankfully no one was injured. but some anxious moments aboard that plane. >>> airlines across the country are raking in big profits from what used to be a free service. they're pocketing billions of dollars in baggage fe
places where we could be focusing our energies. there are ways to prevent dropouts. we know what those are and those ways actually improve the quality of education and in the quality of instruction. it's not about the outside requirement. it's not about time requirements. it's about actually -- actual learning and instruction inside of schools. it's a problem we are solving that there are specific pathways they think to solve this. we should establish an early indicator early intervention system and we should tackle chronic absenteeism which is very related. wise and chronic absenteeism a performance measure for school? what only track that? if we did we would know, we would be able to individualize and personalize the structured support for the kids are needed and then they would not drop out. we can design alternative pathways to graduation and in relationship to what terry was saying there are a lot of different ways the kids are approaching learning particularly at that age. were in a place in a and a time now for technology and blended learning where we can provide education in a
was it about this story that made you dedicate so much time and energy to getting him a second chance? >> listen, like most kids growing up, a lot of boys grow up dreaming of playing major league baseball. i was one of them, but i wasn't good enough. here's adam, a guy who gets up to the plate, this close to having his dream fulfilled and taken from him in an instant. and that's always been burned in my mind. >> it's a long shot, matt, he's 31 years old, is that right? and that's an age that most teams don't give someone a second shot. are you worried this doesn't have a happy ending? >> well, of course. i mean, when i first started this i was given probably a 1% chance of making this happen, you know. but that wasn't going to stop us. once i met this guy and saw how hard he was working and the elite shape that he's in, he's in better shape than most major leaguers out there right now. so i knew it and i wanted to put the spotlight on adam because i knew if teams would start taking a look at him because of the media attention, they would see -- >> here's the problem. it's real life, i
or whatever. man #2: it's a lot of energy. it's what a flea market should be -- a lot of color, a lot of flavor, a lot of mixture of everything. woman: well, i come because of the variety. i mean, you got clothes, you got jewelry, you got furniture, you have everything, and then you run into people you haven't seen in a long time because this is a meeting place. sebak: you have the coolest stuff. thank you. what do you call this? retro. 1950s. and hawaii-ana, with the tikis down here. i like old things. i'm attracted to basically things from the '30s, basically '40s. i'm also an artist, a sculptor. you name it, i can make it. this market has always attracted a lot of artists and craftspeople, even photographers. man: i've been able to sell a lot more than any gallery's ever sold for me, or any other -- any other way i've ever tried, and i've been at it for 15 years, so... this is the best spot i've ever found. man #2: i know there are people here from africa, from pakistan, from india, from america, and they all know something about the products they sell. woman: it's handmade ceramic
much time and energy to getting him a second chance? >> listen, like most kids growing up, a lot of boys grow up dreaming of playing major league baseball. i was one of them, but i wasn't good enough. here's adam, a guy who gets up to the plate, this close to having his dream fulfilled and taken from him in an instant. and that's always been burned in my mind. >> it's a long shot, matt, he's 31 years old, is that right? and that's an age that most teams don't give someone a second shot. are you worried this doesn't have a happy ending? >> well, of course. i mean, when i first started this i was given probably a 1% chance of making this happen, you know. but that wasn't going to stop us. once i met this guy and saw how hard he was working and the elite shape that he's in, he's in better shape than most major leaguers out there right now. so i knew it and i wanted to put the spotlight on adam because i knew if teams would start taking a look at him because of the media attention, they would see -- >> here's the problem. it's real life, it's not a movie. all right. it's not a fairy
is several hours later for after-school sports and they don't have the energy to be able to do that. >> reporter: the "we are hungry" video has gotten more than 100,000 views since it was posted last week, a strong message from students who find their new lunch program hard to swallow. now in response to the parody a representative for the usda told nbc news the amount of food on a kid's plate is not much different than in years past. it's simply healthier. the new standards were developed using the latest science at the institute of medicine which determined the appropriate amount of calories. you know, savannah, the white house pints out that most students 850 calories will be enough, and we're talking about fighting incidents of obesity. >> for student athletes if it's a concern they can bring a snack from home. mara schiavocampo, thanks very much. >> coming up next, brian williams with mitt romney talking about what romney would do to fix our schools, right after this. [ phil ] i have a toyota camry hybrid. [ man ] tell me about that. [ phil ] katie and i talked about really com
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